Lenovo Yoga 720 15 without dGPU is no bargain

A lot of power for the price, but spend a few bucks for more the NVidia GPU.

Video: LawrenceCanDraw reviews the Dell Canvas

Lawrence Mann gets a big exclusive and I'm so jealous!

New 20-inch Yiynova pen display is a low budget winner

No, it's not as good as a Cintiq, but at $400 retail, it's a very good value

A $400 tablet has no business performing as well as it does.

Wacom's MobileStudio Pro is a major improvement over Companion 2

There’s a lot to like about the MSP 16, but it’s not perfect for everyone.

True confessions: I'm in love with my Surface Studio

The Surface Studio is the best Surface ever and, if you can afford it or can talk your company into buying you one, don’t hesitate.

Video review: Brad Colbow takes on the Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16

How does Wacom's new flagship PC stack up against other Windows tablets? Brad Colbow shares his thoughts.

What's your frequency? Tuning in to the Surface Dial

Surface Dial: a must-have peripheral or a novelty act?

HP ships new Active Pen with App Launch

As is often the case when it comes to the intriguing world of ActiveES pens, the HP website's compatibility information isn't entirely accurate.

Low cost Cube i7 Book with EMR pen performs well

The fact that the bargain-priced Cube i7 Book is one of the dying breed of Wacom EMR devices is perhaps its strongest selling point.

When I first saw the Huawei MatePen, I assumed there was no need to review it or the Matebook tablet. After all, how good could the drawing experience be with a pen featuring a short, broad nib that looks like the tip of a blunt pencil?

Curious case of Lenovo's newest Active Pen

Nothing about tablet PC pens is simple, but when it comes to Lenovo it seems like the manufacturer goes out of its way to confuse consumers.

Wacom Bamboo Smart: One AES pen to rule them all?

When Wacom announced its Bamboo Smart stylus "for select tablets and 2-in-1 convertible devices" at CES back in January, it was big news. Until that point, only a handful of OEMs' Active ES pens had hit the market and they seemed to be incompatible with one another.

Dell Inspiron 15 7568 is largest Wacom laptop yet

Why would anyone build pen capability into a device and then hide it from potential buyers? It's not the first time I've asked that question on this site, and it's especially one I shouldn't have to be asking myself in mid-2016, at a time where pen computing is being promoted as a vital feature of the upcoming Windows 10 Anniversary Update. 

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